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france and britain reportedly want their ambassadors out of israel and that country's plans to colonize all palestinian lands and join eight. the u.n. says israeli settlement expansion could deal and almost fatal blow to peace all the details coming up. as border tension flares again between turkey and syria the conflict is expected to be addressed during that you know putin straight visit to istanbul. and the british jobs program that's just not working its real scheme actually makes it even less likely to keep people employed.
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news around the clock this is r.t. france and britain have summoned the israeli ambassadors in their countries to get answers over why more settlements have been authorized in disputed lands in east jerusalem and as both countries are now considering recording their own envoys the u.n. and the e.u. say the construction plans pose a threat to peace hopes more middle east correspondent. in the immediate run up to that you wouldn't vote we did see the rhetoric from the israeli government in terms of the threat of sanctions being turned down the what we're hearing now is that for the first time ever britain and france are considering recalling their ambassadors from tel aviv over israel's expansionist policies in the settlements now this comes after the announcement by the israeli prime minister netanyahu that he was approving the construction of some three thousand new housing units in the
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west bank and east jerusalem that's happening in an area known as anyone and what it effectively means is that the waste that will be cutoff instrumental in this announcement is widely perceived as punishment against the palestinians for number one going to the u.n. was with this by the number two winning it essentially winning that sees the palestinian state being recognized within one hundred sixty seven borders and given non observer nonmember observer status at the united nations now we're also hearing criticism some european ambassadors european diplomats who want to be going to agree on certain moves against israel now we are also hearing from the un secretary-general banking union to quote him he says that this has developed and almost fatal blow to the remaining chances of securing a two state solution amongst the punishment that the israeli government has taken is that they have frozen some one hundred million dollars in tax money that is welcome it's on behalf of the palestinian authority has built
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a painful blow to the p.a. because essentially can only cover around seventeen percent of its needs the rest of the money comes from this tax money comes from the united states from the european union if you look at the sick the population in this country they too are also unhappy they do not believe that the israeli prime minister netanyahu will go ahead with building these units they believe that it's almost a cheap move by an attorney to try and gain support ahead of january's. actions and that this is an internal matter to try and really build votes the and that's when yahoo government essentially sees this but and perhaps i should say not just the netanyahu government but many israelis feel that it was a one sided resolution that was put forward at the united nations and the point being made by the government is that they cannot be any kind of unilateral moves on the palestinian side they need to first be negotiations and only then can that lead to talks there needs to be direct talks between both sides. well sweden is another
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country that someone gets israeli ambassador saying more settler homes is an act of vengeance towards the palestinians it's very academic mary i see in believes a viable peace solution needs work from both sides the decision that was made on thursday from my point of view was an israeli was anti israel not just pro palestinian i want to see something which is a win win situation one that's vote pro palestinian that goes towards an independent state not just in rhetoric and that not just in declarations but in actuality and to do so those same palestinians have to come back to the negotiation table for the last four years they have refused to do so in israel we look at things from a security point of view for a variety of reasons you can critique us about that i understand but that's what we're looking at i think that this government has stated clearly that they're willing to negotiate but they're willing to come to
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a compromise that they want to see a two state solution but now without negotiations without us as a partner to do a one sided to impose it on israel and they feel the strong need to give a response as an israeli i can say that has to do with domestic politics personally i don't necessarily adhere to that stop i think you've heard a lot of criticism here in israel in linking it in such a way but that is also about politics. president putin is in turkey for talks with officials from russia's key trading partner but the visit is being overshadowed by the two countries differences over syria is concerned with the backing of the rebels and expect to deployment of nato missiles on turkish territory he comes as more stray syrian shells reportedly fall across the border into neighboring country . reports from istanbul russia believes. any outside interference in the syrian conflict which has been raging on for almost two years
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now is completely unacceptable and it is absolutely damaging to the regional stability turkey however seems to have a different opinion on the matter we have completely severed their ties with the country that used to be not just its closest neighbor but also very close ally have been very openly supporting the syrian opposition whether or not they have been known to be aligned with extremist terrorist organizations as long as these people are against president bashar assad the turkish government seems to support them and that is again a situation which moscow says is very dangerous they're saying that if there are weapons on the border they will shoot and this will be one of the main topics of discussion between president putin and the turkish leaders in istanbul today also several deals are expected to be signed considering culture and technology as well . energy but of course also this visit is important because the recent rumors about the russian leader have been circulating for quite some time all of these rumors regarding his health refuted by. saying that the reason why the russian president
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either post. together. trips abroad has nothing to do with his health but has everything to do with schedule and he's back on track now and probably will be making more trips to foreign countries. where turkey faces a tough challenge if it wants to find a compromise between its ties with russia on the gulf states according to analysts . durkee cannot avoid but listen through to the position of russia about syria because of the dependency that he has on russian energy this is practically impossible for erdogan to take this sort of count he wants to please you this is a key regional art can treat but this is going to be achieved without a compromise between the interests of the u.s. and russia these visits are for today very important because of course that part of
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the energy subject to there will be a big discussion on the campuses on central asia and especially on the syrian situation so america has to take into account the russian position as much as the us while being an ally within nato and going to please the countries in the gulf which are big groups that. for a fair faceoff between egypt's president and the country's judiciary shows no signs of dying down in the midst supporters of mohamed morsi have remained outside egypt's most powerful court since they encircled it on saturday due to rule on the legality of the islamist control panel that drew up egypt's two constitution judges instead went on strike willing to be intimidated by the protests the court has also refused to oversee the referendum on the draft legislation set for mid december comes as anti president that mr mute calls for demos against what they call an oppressive regime last march is planned for tuesday and that's the political
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turmoil continues egypt's finances are also suffering economist explained to tom barton in cairo. with protests continuing around the clock both for and against egyptian president mohammed morsi the country's economy is facing increasing troubles with me to discuss this is very. an economist here in cairo thank you for joining me think first of all tell us briefly. what was really going on when the stock market pull on which to over a week i'm hearing most is announcement in the next decade issues the stock market school shopping isn't even coalesce around ten percent down this isn't mutual we have and this is loss is most of the fun we are going to take them so i am as we are going to take a long fulfilling the billionaire those how would you compare egypt's economy now it was on the look back. at my father stages the economy was somewhat steve leung
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that mubarak is the oldest was thirty five point six at central bank now will still down fifteen zero point five billion dollars and this is a huge cut that would result and it affects the impulse and all of it affects investors no one will come to invest anything in here in egypt to do these easy we are first and second to. a large unemployment thing to do is to add the us also said to soon we are going if it was sick she would. filter scantiness to be all over the egypt this would affect all safe to say of egypt business would be shocked at our feet now we are divided between two parts there is a pole is a political force in one hand and muslim brotherhood in us of hands we are in the thirty fifth the sixth with greater thank you it seems that the egyptian people
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don't agree on much these days one of the few things they do agree on is that egypt's economy needs to get back on the right track and as soon as possible. they're now getting that britain's unemployed into jobs it's proving to be a costly thank you lou three quarters of a leading people join the work program here for only as we report later. the french cutoff for qatari cash. it was the well is now raising high level skepticism but as mr good's details just ahead. the mission of free accreditation free. for judges is free to make amends three. three stooges free.
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else and you hear or see some other part of it and realize everything you thought you knew you don't know i'm tom hartman welcome to the big picture. well. it's technology innovation all the developments around russia we've got the future covered. welcome back now britain's new work program is supposed to get the unemployed into
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jobs but it's having less success than people who look for themselves the five billion pound program has so far only got around three percent of job seekers off welfare so as a story. some months now twenty five year old j. paxton's being keeping a video diary about his experiences on the government's work programme. the work programs the government's flagship scheme that pays private sector organizations to place people in work and they called it a revolution in welfare but the first figures released since its launch revealed a resoundingly failure something that hasn't surprised slightest. going keep his appointment now it seems pretty tightly regimented we've watched people running in all morning to keep that appointment j.s been coming to this job
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center once a fortnight for the past six months that he's been on the government's work programme in the time he hasn't found a single job unfortunately that's not uncommon the latest figures released by the department of work and pensions say that joe is just one of hundreds of thousands of people signed up to that work program he's found absolutely nothing. in fact between jeanne two thousand and eleven and july this year of all the people he was signed up to the work program and the three point four percent found work fall below the target to five point five percent which is the number of people he find work with that any sort of program it means that people like typically less likely to find a job than if their own program whatsoever can you talk as he is to the last six
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months what has the experience been and on a daily basis with this work. well. einstein once said the definition of insanity is to do one thing and then to repeat that action and expect a different result and after doing the same thing and getting the same results for six months i'm starting to feel pretty insane every year and it is maddening the frustration be anguish despair most of the time the job in the experience is having serious effects are actually gone to the doctors a couple of times because of our sleeping cycle problems i'm sleeping way too much and i should be the doctor's them sounds interesting from what you've said sounds pretty terrific when you fill in this track list and filled in the chart christmas like you've got clinical depression. figures. at the start i was drawn scions i'm going to be the next greatest thing show the world and
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now it's like i don't want to take. a drug or do something more constructive things are pretty much gone full of manic tells us that the one size fits all formats is the work program it's stifling the individuality of young. people i speak to quite intelligent quite bright some of them have to preserve them. and some of them are quite well skilled and they hate being told what to do and they like to take appropriate action for themself. usually quite good at finding work for themselves it's just that it is difficult with a work program what we see now is that in fact when you get the best of the private sector involved you pay them lots of money they actually do worse than doing nothing at all we asked the government why the work program was pretty sing such poor results and why the figures they released seem designed to mask the chilly extent of the failure he responded saying it's ridiculous to suggest the work
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programme is not helping people into work despite being faced with their own shortcomings it seems the government still doesn't want to listen to people like a telling the loud and clear i regret to inform you that on this occasion you have been unsuccessful. surf r.t. london. well on our web site today a hunk erin far right leader suggests jews should be screened long report out spot of thousands of strong demonstrations of the past. plus a giant traffic jam a nutshell criminalizes a major highway even thousands of people trapped in their cars since thursday find out more dot com. download the official ati application to cell phone choose your language stream quality and enjoy your favorites from matsushita t.v.
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markets why not i'm going to. find out what's really happening to the global economy with my stronger for a no holds barred look at the global financial headlines tune into cars a report on our. cash from qatar has been flowing into france for some time now the latest being a huge tie up to pump vital funds into struggling small business but the gulf states generosity is now being met with increasing high level suspicion next year ships explains. france is already no stranger to qatari dollars fans of parisian football club present your man cannot believe their luck ever since middle east and shakes invested into the team they've bought world class players and hired a top coach now this small business owner hopes he can also have
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a slice of the pie due to economic crisis financing from governments are. too big to be obtained talking about cuts or we are talking about business we don't have any finance so we have a financing of financial. we can go and that may soon happen nicolas sarkozy's administration cemented ties with doha placing a military base in the gulf state and signing an investment deal now qatar is to invest fifty million euros into the french economy primarily to help small businesses and rebuild parisian slums mostly inhabited by immigrants from arabic and african states. who oversaw the deal says this will help many the strongest maybe. that will help these youth. to escape this special circle because when people have
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a job their vision of life is totally different when these strong people have no job they go into religion they go into violence and terror and that's terrible for the republic and that's terrible for france but after francois hollande came to power this love affair with qatar got called despite that the new administration said the deal with qatar would still go ahead things are not looking as optimistic as they were during the sarkozy era every step of the qatar ambassador in paris is being closely watched by the french media and some members of parliament are even calling to investigate the actions of qatar and frog's security experts believe that qatar's initiative is. not as innocent as it may first appear security service perfectly know that cats are as a dual strategy on one hand culture as a purely economic strategy to find all the sectors to invest in and to make money the other strategy has got there is religiously and geo politically driven it's
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mean that it's subjective is to explain radical islamism is means one how business in north africa in the middle east in central asia as well in southeast asia and to develop such a strategy to get the western world to keep in century nationalist forces say the developing suburbs is only a cover up for investment into radical islamic groups that i was investing against libyan regime even a small market and he was not the best guy actually interfering now we have a civil war involving a lot of islamist presence as in syria today we know that is investing in. this group and arming them so all. of it not so good so good partner for us and stories like that of mohamed merah a shooter from toulouse who killed seven jews this spring stirred the debate he came from one of the troubled areas where qatar is planning to invest and public discourse on the matter suggests that people in france are not certain whether the
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oil rich state would cure such a problem or aggravated. the russian ski ante reporting from paris. that concern over water wars are spreading around the globe the fears some countries could eventually run dry well later crosstalk debates whether there's a political agenda behind the panic. the problem of water out of water is a dramatic turn we definitely sells and everybody it feels like there's a drought there and there's no water to be had i think it's a lot different than that if we can get when you want to have the kind of lifestyles the eating habits the consumption habits that the west has and has been espousing and selling all over the world look at us look at us we are so-called we're so great and you want to be like us now the rest of the world is trying to imitate precisely those sorts of low status and eating habits which are inappropriate for the kind of context in which in which those people are living that's the fundamental disconnect that we need to focus on we're out of water what
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do we do let's build a dam or you know what let's sell this technology and that's the sort of interest that that sort of conversation helps and that's very unfortunate michael in washington jumping ahead there seems to be a tendency that is if you hear a country is running out of water it's going to require some sort of huge incredible thing whether it be some sort of large dam or some huge project or some major endeavor to rescue the country and bring back water generate more why not really in a lot of cases and particularly in a case like pakistan which i've looked at quite closely i know donnish as well you know you could take relatively simple measures like paying a relatively small amount of money to patch up leaks. yes water was in cross talk coming up later today. now to some breaking news this spain has made a formal request even funds to help bail out its writ banks this after
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a stress test commissioned by the european union revealed earlier this year that there's a fifty nine billion euro deficit in the spanish banking sector any of the details of this developing story as we get it. other world news now south korea says it's looking to reroute all passenger planes over the yellow sea is to avoid any possible conclusion with daybreak from a long range missile that north korea is planning to launch later this month meanwhile japan is deploying missile interceptors saying they're prepared to down the rocket if it poses a threat insists the rocket will take a satellite into orbit but the u.s. south korea and japan claim it's carrying out intercontinental ballistic missile tests. two officers have died in two more injured in northwest pakistan but an explosion hit a police van the vehicle was patrolling the outskirts of the city of peshawar
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however it's unclear how the bomb was detonated in cities located in pakistan's volatile tribal region is often targeted by taliban militants. but coming up next an exploration on the dangers of living on the outskirts of the u.s. marine bombing range is coming your way in just a couple minutes stay with us. in the glow of russia's north from away from civilization in a three hour helicopter treat from the nearest village. these children family have
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been living here for a long time in tents made of reindeer skins. lodging runs in ada signal and minutes they are also grew up in the to draw but left it at the age of six and never returned they now live in the city in apartment building but still room and their regions. was planted here as a dancing teacher. was. still his dances he tells the stories about his motherland.
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laws in europe to now has a one thousand strong reindeer herd when the enemy only saw the lichen and moss around it is gather their turns and move to another posture they travel hundreds of kilometers in winter when end children for them. the two families have less of a chance to come across each other they belong to different worlds even though there's sometimes a similar. was . i.


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